Thursday, May 25, 2017

Fix Her Up by Carey Heywood

If Finley Reeves is an expert at anything, it’s making mistakes. She proved this true by falling for and marrying the wrong man. Ten years later all she has to show for it is a divorce... and a broken heart.

Needing not only to get away, but also to start over somewhere new, she buys a fixer upper that’s one step away from being condemned. Deciding to tackle this project alone might be her biggest mistake of all.

That is, until Noah Thompson shows up at her front door like a knight in a shining tool belt. Determined she doesn’t need any help, she pushes him away until he makes her an offer she’d be crazy to refuse.
A fun & sexy Contemporary Romance (age 17+)

I. Love. This. Book. Fix Her Up brought me back to the writing that I know and love from Carey Heywood. I fell in love with her writing in Him. Fix Her Up is just as amazing.

Finley Reeves is starting over. Completely. Divorced and determined to make it on her own, she movee clear across the country for a brand new lease on life. She also buys a house that should probably be demolished all the way down to the slab. I loved Finely. She's sweet and caring and so down to earth. That is probably my favorite thing about her, she's relatable. The last thing she is looking for is love when it comes knocking on her door. Literally.

Enter Noah Thompson. Holy hotness. He is the ultimate book boyfriend material. He's hot, he's sweet, and he's very good with his hands...

I am not a fan of Insta-love. I actually despise it when I find it in a book. At first I thought this was going to be insta love between Finley and Noah. I was dead wrong. Carey gives you a slow burn with a build up that flows perfectly. I enjoyed watching Finley and Noah get to know one another all while building an attraction that was HOT. 

Most books these days have drama just for the sake of drama. Sometimes the drama is needed, other times it seems so unnecessary and out of place. Carey did a great job of weaving in drama without annoying the reader. It allowed the story to develop without too much over kill that makes you want to just skim the pages.
We can't forget the secondary characters in this series. Aside from Eli, I loved them all. I can't wait to get their books and get to know them better. I especially want Asher's story, along with Abby. Once you read Fix Her Up you'll see why.

If you want a book that covers everything on your wish list, this is the book for you. I promise you will have a smile on your face and that warm fuzzy feeling when you finish. 

Coming soon..

New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance author. She was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia. Supporting her all the way are her husband, three sometimes-adorable children, a mischievous black cat, and their nine-pound attack Yorkie.

The Fix Series:

Fix Her Up (Coming May 2017)

The Love Riddles Series:

Why Now?
Why Lie?
Why Not?

The Him and Her Series:

Sawyer Says
Being Neighborly (a novella)

The Carolina Days Series:

The Other Side of Someday
Yesterday's Half Truths
Chasing Daylight

Standalone novels:

A Bridge of Her Own
Stages of Grace

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